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Full text of "Laptop Service Manual: Toshiba 1730 1750cdt"

FIELD REPLACEABLE UNIT DOCUMENTATION 

Satellite™ 



1700 Series 



GENERAL INFORMATION 



Tools Required for Proper 
Disassembly and Reassembly: 

1. Phillips Screwdriver (Size 1) 

2. Flat head screwdriver (5mm) 

3. Hex driver (5mm) 

4. Case Separator 

5. ESD Wrist Strap 

6. ESD mats 

7. Tweezers 



Before attempting any of the following procedures, 

make sure that the main battery and AC adaptor is 

not connected to the unit and the environment in 

which you are working on is protected from 

Electro-Static Discharge(ESD). 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS: 



1. BATTERY PACK REMOVAL 



2. OPTIONAL PC CARD REMOVAL 



3. MEMORY MODULE REMOVAL 



4. KEYBOARD REMOVAL 



5. TOP COVER REMOVAL 



6. HDD REMOVAL 



7. FDD REMOVAL 



8. SYSTEM BOARD REMOVAL 



9. CD-ROM DRIVE REMOVAL 



10. MODEM MODULE REMOVAL 



1 1 . COOLING MODULE REMOVAL 



12. CPU REMOVAL 



13. LED BOARD REMOVAL 



14. HINGE BRACKET REMOVAL 



15. AUDIO BOARD REMOVAL 



16. AUDIO/MEMBRANE SWITCH REMOVAL 



17. 12.1" DISPLAY MASK REMOVAL 



18. FL INVERTER AND 12.1" LCD REMOVAL 



19. 13.3" DISPLAY MASK REMOVAL 



20. FL INVERTER AND 13.3" LCD REMOVAL 



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BATTERY PACK REMOVAL 




Battery lock 



Battery pack 



Battery release lever 



1 . Turn the computer upside down as shown. 

2. Press the battery lock and slide the 

battery release lever to the right and lift out the battery. 



MEMORY MODULE REMOVAL 




M2x4 black 
screws 

Memory 
cover 

Memory 
module 



OPTIONAL PC CARD REMOVAL 




,-• . , . . PC card 

Eject button rwoaiu 

1 . Pull out the eject button of the PC card to be 
removed. 

2. Press the eject button and remove the PC card. 

NOTE: Before removing any PCMCIA device, make 

sure it is "STOPPED" in the PC Card Manager. 



KEYBOARD REMOVAL 



' Latch 



M2.5x3 
black screws 




Memory clips 

1 . Turn the computer upside down. 

2. Remove two M2x4 black screws and remove the 
memory cover. 

3. Push the memory clips outward and pull the 
memory module out of the connector on a 
30 degree angle. 



Keyboard holder 

1 . Open the display panel. 

2. Remove two M2.5x3 black screws securing the 
keyboard holder. 

3. Unlatch the keyboard holder at the top of keyboard 
starting from the left side. 



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KEYBOARD REMOVAL 




Keyboard - 




M2.5x3 black screws 



Keyboard cable JP7 



JP5 



IPS cable 



4. Remove four M2x4 black screws securing the 
keyboard. 



TOP COVER REMOVAL 




M2.5x8 

silver 

screws 

M2.5x12 

black 
screws 



Led harness assy M2.5x3 black screw 

1 . Remove two M2.5x8 silver screws and M2.5x12 black 
screws securing the LCD assembly. 

2. Remove one M2.5x3 black screw securing the 
LCD harness assembly. 

3. Disconnect the LCD harness assembly from the system 
board. 



5. Set the keyboard as shown above. 

6. Disconnect the keyboard cable from JP7 and 
IPS cable from JP5. 

7. Lift out the keyboard. 



M2.5x10 black screw 



M2.5x18 

black 

screws 




4. Remove eight M2.5x18 black screws and one 
M2.5x10 black screw securing the bottom cover. 



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TOP COVER REMOVAL 



HDD REMOVAL 




M2.5x3 

black 

screws 

LED cable 



M2.5x8 

silver 

screws 



JP4 Sound/IPS switch board Top cover 

5. Disconnect the sound/IPS switch board from JP4 on the 
system board. 

6. Disconnect the LED board cable from the LED board. 

7. Remove four M2.5x8 silver screws and two M2.5x3 
black screw securing the top cover assembly. 

8 Remove the top cover. 



HDD assy 
handle 




M2.5x8 silver screw 



1 . Remove one M2.5x8 silver screw securing the 
HDD assembly. 

2. Grasp the HDD assembly handle and pull it 
in the direction of the arrow. 

3. Lift out the HDD assembly. 



HDD REMOVAL 



FDD REMOVAL 



M2.5x4 silver 
screws 



HDD bracket 




4. Remove four M2.5x3 silver screws securing the HDD 
bracket. 

5. Remove the HDD from the HDD bracket. 



JP6 

FDD 
cable 




M2.5x8 

silver 
screw 



FDD assembly 



1 . Remove one M2.5x8 silver screw securing the FDD 
assembly. 

2. Disconnect the FDD cable from JP6. 

3. Lift out the FDD assembly. 



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FDD REMOVAL 



SYSTEM BOARD REMOVAL 



Left bracket 




FDD cable 



Right bracket 



M2.5x3 black screws 



1 . Remove three M2.5x3 black screws securing the 
left and right brackets. 

2. Lift out the FDD and remove the FDD cable. 



M2.5x8 

silver 

screws 




Hex screws 

1 . Remove four hex screws at the rear of the computer. 

2. Remove two M2.5x8 silver screws near the cooling 
module. 



SYSTEM BOARD REMOVAL 



CD-ROM DRIVE REMOVAL 




PC card CD-ROM 

eject button drive assy 



System board 



3. Push the PC Card eject button and lift out the 
system board as shown above. 




M2.5x3 black screws 



1 . Remove two M2.5x3 black screws securing the 
CD-ROM drive assembly. 

2. Slide the CD-ROM drive assembly to the left 
to disconnect from system board. 

3. Remove all the CD-ROM brackets. 



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MODEM MODULE REMOVAL 




Modem 
cable 



Modem 



■■""" 

Mini PCI clips 

1 . Disconnect the modem cable from the modem board. 

2. Spread the mini PCI clips securing the modem board 
and remove the modem board on a 30 degree angle. 



CPU REMOVAL 




CPU lock 
slot 



1 . Using a 5mm flat head screw driver, insert the screwdriver 
into the CPU lock slot and turn it counterclockwise. 

NOTE: In order to properly lock the CPU, a 5mm flat head 
screwdriver must be used. 



COOLING MODULE REMOVAL 



Cooling 
module 




Brass screws 



1 . Disconnect the fan cable from JP16 on the system 
board. 

2. Remove three brass screws securing the cooling 
module. 

3. Lift out the cooling module. 



LED BOARD REMOVAL 




M2.5x3 black screws 

1 . Remove two M2.5x3 black screws securing the 
LED board. 

2. Lift out the LED board. 



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1700Series 



HINGE BRACKET REMOVAL 




2.5x4 

silver 
screws 



1 . Remove five M2.5x4 silver screws securing 
hinge bracket. 

2. Lift out the hinge bracket. 



AUDIO BOARD REMOVAL 




Audio cable 

1 . Disconnect the audio cable from the audio board. 

2. Remove two M2.5x4 silver screws securing the 
audio board. 

3. Lift out the Audio board. 



AUDIO/MEMBRANE SWITCH REMOVAL 




2.5x4 

silver 
screws 



1 . Remove four M2.5x4 silver screws securing the metal 
plate. 

2. Lift out the metal plate 




M2.5x4 

silver 

screws 



Left speaker JP3 



JP4 



Right speaker 



1 . Remove two M2.5x4 silver screws securing 
the audio/membrane switch board. 

2. Disconnect the left and right speakers from 
JP3 and JP4. 

3. Disconnect the audio and the audio/membrane switch 
cables. 



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12.1" DISPLAY MASK REMOVAL 



* ** ** w^ »». L^ Latch 




^"Display 
tmask 



LCD 



Mask seals 
Remove four mask seals at each corner of the 
display assembly. 

Remove four M2.5x5 brass screws securing the 
display mask. 

There are 22 latches securing the display mask. 
Carefully insert your fingers between the display mask 
and the LCD module and pry open the latches starting 
from the top six latches, to the five latches on the right 
and left sides, ending with the six bottom latches. 



FL INVERTER AND 12.1" LCD REMOVAL 



M2x5 
brass 
screws 




LCD module 



FL cable 

)M2.5x5 

black 
screws 



LCD/FL inverter cable 



FL inverter board 



1 . Remove two M2.5x5 black screw securing 
FL inverter board. 

2. Carefully lift up the FL inverter board and 
disconnect the LCD/FL inverter cable from CN1 and 
the FL cable from CN2. 

3. Remove four M3X6 brass screws securing the 
LCD module. 

4. Carefully rotate the LCD module from right to left 
of the LCD cover. 

5. Disconnect the LCD/FL inverter cable from the LCD 
module and remove the LCD from the computer. 



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13.3" DISPLAY MASK REMOVAL 



FL INVERTER AND 13.3"LCD REMOVAL 




'«. * Latch 



Display 
ask 



M2x5 
brass 
screws 



t % 



Mask seals 
Remove four mask seals at each corner of the 
display assembly. 

Remove four M2.5x5 black screws securing the 
display mask. 

There are 22 latches securing the display mask. 
Carefully insert your fingers between the display mask 
and the LCD module and pry open the latches starting 
from the top six latches, to the five latches on the right 
and left sides, ending with the six bottom latches. 




LCD module 



FL cable 



M2.5x5 

black 

screws 



LCD/FL inverter cable cable 



FL cable 



1 . Remove one M2.5x5 black screw securing 
FL inverter board. 

2. Carefully lift up the FL inverter board and 
disconnect the LCD/FL inverter cable from CN1 
and the FL cable from CN2. 

3. Remove four M2X2 black screws securing the 
LCD module. 

4. Carefully rotate the LCD module from right to left 
of the LCD cover. 

5. Disconnect the LCD/FL inverter cable from the LCD 
module and remove the LCD from the computer. 



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